Log Buffer #363, A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Mar 14, 2014 / By Fahd Mirza

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This Log Buffer Editions encompasses the wide arena of Oracle, SQL Server, and MySQL databases and what bloggers are saying about them.

Oracle:

David Peake recently announced an updated APEX 5.x Statement of Direction.

Finished reading 12c Concepts manual.

What MLB Season Scheduling Means to Your Supply Chain.

SQL for date ranges, gaps and overlaps.

Mandated Third Party Static Analysis: Bad Public Policy, Bad Security.

SQL Server:

If you need to architect a multi-tenant Analysis Services project, what are your options?

With the right tools, it is possible to rapidly deploy upgraded databases.

Using the Statistical Program R for Running Statistics .

Why I Developed SQL Code Guard: A Fairy Tale from a DBA.

Adding SQL Server AlwaysOn to existing Failover Clusters.

MySQL:

Ghosts of MySQL past, part 8.1: Five Years.

Insert benchmark for InnoDB, MongoDB and TokuMX and flash storage.

Database benchmarks are hard but not useless.

MySQL Workbench 6.1: Performance Schema Reports.

How to use the ClusterControl REST API to automate your Database Cluster.

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